Do you find your relationships not quite how you had imagined they would be? Do you feel distant from the one you care deeply about? Is it pretty hard to talk to him or her about your relationship concerns? Do your conversations turn into arguments? Do you sense you are just not being heard or understood by your spouse or partner? Do you find having some unfinished business with a family member?
There is hope for in getting through the rough spots in your relationship. These situations are rather typical among most couples and family members and are ones we address in our counseling. You may be wondering if things are ever going to change in how you relate with your spouse or partner and that is good. Many times we find that when both are willing to address the “we” in their relationships are identify individually a particular goal each one is willing to work on, this starts the communication rolling toward more healthy interactions. Now of course there is no guarantee that the other spouse or partner is going to change, however, in our experiences we have witnessed when one turns toward the other in a non-threatening, inviting, respectful, and kind way many times the other with begin to reciprocate. Here with Pathways we have a unique blend of counselors with various experiences and approaches to help create a best fit for you in counseling.
Here’s some articles you may find helpful. Feel free to check them out.
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Hope for Your Relationship
In Our Relationship: 5 Things We Can Do to Set Healthy Emotional Boundaries
Inside the Brewing Storm of Domestic Violence
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